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Sunday, 27 May 2012

Parma 1995 - No.10 Zola.


Having learnt his trade under the guidance of Maradona, in 1993 Zola left Napoli and joined fellow Serie A side Parma. Zola later said that "I learnt everything from Diego. I used to spy on him every time he trained and learned how to curl a free-kick just like him."

He won the Uefa cup and the Italian cup in 1995 and it was with the 'i Gialloblù', yellow and blues, that he cemented his reputation as a creative player. Ironically, coach Carlo Ancelotti came to see Zola as a "square peg" unable to fit into his rigid system. Zola was played out of position and ultimately made available for transfer and moved to Chelsea.

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Wednesday, 23 May 2012

Red Star Belgrade 1991 - No.10 Savicevic.


Crvena Zvezda, 'Red Star' Belgrade, is the most successful Serbian team in history, with a record of 25 national championships and 23 cups. And they are the only eastern european team to have ever been European and world champions. Although it was certain that transfers of at least several of the players would happen, the war in the Balkans accelerated the process, which would, only thirteen months after the victory in Bari, practically decimate the entire Red Star squad.

In 1991, following Red Star's success, Savićević came joint second in the voting for the Ballon d'Or, and a move to AC Milan quickly followed.
His nimble footwork and ability to change direction at pace marked him out as one of the most graceful footballers of his generation. He had great vision but if a pass didnt exist, it was Savicevic’s dribbling that allowed him to find a way through defences which seemed impregnable.



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Monday, 21 May 2012

AC Milan 1994 - No.10 Savicevic.


Montenegrin Dejan Savicevic was one of the most popular foreigners to have played for Milan. His tactical knowledge and peerless game play made Savicevic one of the most talented number 10s in Rossoneri history. He came to A.C. Milan during the 1992/93 season and under the guiding hand of Fabio Capello soon became a regular starter.

One of his greatest performances was in the Champions League final against Barcelona in 1994. First he made the assist for Massaro’s goal, then he scored the third with a lob from outside of the penalty area: an authentic masterpiece.


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